SRJC Planetarium Presents How to Measure the Cosmos
February 9, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm |
$5 – $8
In ancient times, it was believed that the sky was a heavenly dome with stars as divine decorations arranged by the gods.
As we’ve learned more about our world, our knowledge about the universe beyond has expanded. How far away are the stars, other galaxies? Just how big is our universe and how have scientists determined these things? Travel with us out into space, far from Earth and discover how far these celestial objects are and even experience a bit of time travel.
Doors open 30 minutes prior, close promptly. No late seating. No refunds for latecomers.
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